Baghdad Rejects US Interference in its Affairs after US Twitter Comments
The Iraqi Foreign Ministry rejected on Saturday what it called US interference in its affairs after the US embassy issued a statement telling neighboring Iran to respect Iraq’s sovereignty allow demobilization of Shi’ite militias.
Washington Releases US Citizen Linked to IS to Live in Manama, AP
The U.S. has released a dual American-Saudi citizen who was suspected of working with the Islamic State and detained by the U.S. military for more than a year without charge, the American Civil Liberties Union said Monday.
Bahraini Foreign Ministry Says Visit of Abdul Rahman Al-Sheikh Who’s Accused of Ties with Terrorist IS Organization "for Humanitarian Reasons, at Request of US”
Bahraini Foreign Ministry said visit of Abdulrahman Ahmed Al-Sheikh, a dual Saudi-US citizen accused of working with the terrorist Islamic State (IS) organization, to the Kingdom of Bahrain, was made at the request of the United States.
Blast Kills Three Shi'ite Muslim Pilgrims in Iraq: Police
Three Shi’ite Muslim pilgrims were killed by a roadside bomb as they walked to a holy site near the northeastern Iraqi city of Khanaqin on Tuesday, police said.
Iraqis Voting in First Election since Islamic State
For the first time since driving out Islamic State, Iraqis go to the polls on Saturday in an election that will shape attempts to heal the country’s deep divisions and could shift the regional balance of power.
Kurdish Force Killed Detained IS Fighters in Iraq, HRW Says
The Kurdish Asayish police force in Iraq last year executed dozens of Islamic State fighters in their custody and disposed of their bodies in a mass grave northwest of Mosul, Human Rights Watch said in report on Friday.
Trial of Turki Al-Binali’s Cousin over Charges of Joining ISIS Adjourned until June 15
Bahrain's First High Criminal Court presided over by judge Hamad bin Salman Al Khalifa and memberships of judges Dia’a Al-Huraidi and Jamal Awad and Abdullah Mohammad Hassan as a secretariat set June 15, 2017 as a date to issue its verdict in the case of the 23-year-old Bahraini charged with joining the terrorist ISIS organization, having possession of arms, disseminating false news and acting as a link between ISIS affiliates inside.
Appeals Court Adjourns ISIS Bahrain Cell Case until June 18
Bahrain’s High Appeals Court scheduled the sentencing hearing of the defendants in the ISIS case on June 18, 2017.
Gunmen kill Policeman in Saudi Eastern Province
Reuters: A policeman was shot dead by masked gunmen in the Qatif district in Saudi Arabia's...
Abdulhadi Khalaf: Duaij Bin Hamad Al Khalifa Led Attack on 1950’s Processions..He Was the First ISIS Bahraini
Bahrain Mirror: The Bahraini senior lecturer in the Sociology department at Lund University in Sweden, Abdulhadi Khalaf, described one of the members of Bahrain’s ruling Al Khalifa family, Duaij Bin Hamad Al Khalifa, as the “first ISIS [extremist] in Bahrain.”
Bahraini Salman Turki Killed in Ranks of ISIS
Supporters of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) announced the death of one of the militant group's Bahraini members, who had appeared in a video last year while tearing his Bahraini passport after immigrating to Syria.
ISIS Militants: Defector From Bahraini Military Joined Organization..Confrontation with King Soon to Come
Bahrain Mirror: The Bahraini militant who fights in the ranks of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS), Mohammed Al-Binali, declared on Thursday, July 9, 2015 that one of the affiliates of the Bahrain Defence Force defected and joined ISIS.
Trial Postponed of Accused ISIS Affiliate who Attempted to Leave Bahrain with False Passport
The Second High Criminal Court, presided over by Judge Abdulla Al-Ashraf, decided to postpone the trial of Abdulla Al-Binali, brother of Turki Al-Binali, preacher of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS).